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Finishing winter strong: tips for maintaining stock into spring

With just over a month until the mornings begin to warm up and hopefully bring a change to the weather, many producers are looking at…



Raven limousin – whole beef herd offered online as one lot

It takes dedication, hard work and quality genetics to establish a name in the stud cattle industry. Rarely does an opportunity arise where you can…



Grass tetany – how to stop the drop

Incidents of grass tetany (hypomagnesaemia) and milk fever (hypocalcaemia) are currently on the rise. “The recent abundant rain, current winter weather and feed conditions are…

Animal Health, Cattle, Sheep


Pipkorn clearing sale

A collection for the serious collector. Elders Horsham, in conjunction with AuctionsPlus are pleased to present this incredible former collector’s farm clearance sale. About the…

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Drivers and takeaways of a bullish rural real estate market

The strength of demand for virtually all forms of productive rural property has been well reported over recent months. Demand for land is being driven…

Real Estate


Food safety standards from farm to table

Food safety is a matter of highest concern for consumers as well as all the participants in the supply chain. Consumers do not just want…



Supporting a growing beekeeping community

Interest in beekeeping is blooming in south east Queensland and northern New South Wales, leading Elders Stanthorpe to step up its support for emerging and…



Australia – the sweet spot for South African citrus expert

Rolf Swart stumbled upon a career in agriculture while waiting tables at a restaurant in South Africa and he hasn’t looked back since. Although an…

Careers, Horticulture


Southeast Queensland horticulture update and outlook

Southeast Queensland farming districts have experienced unusually high rainfall this winter, sparking joy and strong prices among crop producers. So says Greg Teske, agronomist at…



Out in the cold: Frost and post-emergent herbicide application

Temperatures are continuing to drop across the state and frost events are imminent. Elders agronomist Logan Smith, who services the eastern wheatbelt of Western Australia,…



Take five for farm safety week

It’s National Farm Safety week,  so it’s the perfect time to reflect on ways to improve the safety of everyone on your farm. Farmsafe Australia’s…

Cattle, Corporate, Cropping, Horticulture, Sheep


Taking ag education by the horns

Helping children understand the role agriculture plays in sustainable communities is not an easy task. Surveys of students has shown that there is a disconnect…